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Institutions And Governance In Developing Countries Institutions And Governance In Developing Countries

Dir. : Kunal Sen
Kunal Sen (dir.), Institutions And Governance In Developing Countries Institutions And Governance In Developing Countries, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013, 1232 p., EAN : 9781781952276.
Notice publiée le 29 octobre 2013

Présentation de l'éditeur

‘In the last two decades, institutions became forcefully rooted in the mainstream of economic research. Professor Sen’s excellent and timely collection brings together major contributions to this literature (and process). It conveniently allows us to revisit these ideas. This is a must-have volume to any economist interested in institutions and development.’

– Nauro F. Campos, Brunel University, UK

This comprehensive two-volume collection brings together seminal contributions by leading scholars on institutions and governance in developing countries. Volume one analyses key theoretical perspectives on institutions and the empirical evidence of the role of institutions in economic development. Volume two further explores the literature, with important contributions in governance, the historical evidence on why institutions matter, formal and informal institutions and the key policy issues that originate from the literature.

Along with a new and original introduction, this essential collection is an indispensable tool for scholars and practitioners alike.

Contents

49 articles, dating from 1986 to 2011 Contributors include: D. Acemoglu, H.J.Chang, P. Evans, A. Grief, M. Grindle, D. North, E. Ostrom, J. Robinson, D. Rodrik, O. Williamson.

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Auteur

Kunal Sen (dir.)

Professor of Development Economics, University of Manchester, UK.

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